Goodreads’ Book Description:
Save me and I’ll save you…
My name is Calla Price. I’m eighteen years old, and I’m one half of a whole.
My other half– my twin brother, my Finn– is crazy.
I love him. More than life, more than anything. And even though I’m terrified he’ll suck me down with him, no one can save him but me.
I’m doing all I can to stay afloat in a sea of insanity, but I’m drowning more and more each day. So I reach out for a lifeline.
He’s my savior and my anti-Christ. His arms are where I feel safe, where I’m afraid, where I belong, where I’m lost. He will heal me, break me, love me and hate me.
He has the power to destroy me.
Maybe that’s ok. Because I can’t seem to save Finn and love Dare without everyone getting hurt.
Why? Because of a secret.
A secret I’m so busy trying to figure out, that I never see it coming.
You won’t either.
I love a good plot twist that keeps you up at night turning the pages of a book just because you know you’re this much closer to figuring it all out.
NOCTE delivered such an intriguing plot twist (that I’m so excited to have figured out just before it was out in the open).
Starting this book at 11 p.m. was definitely not a smart move because I didn’t end up putting it down until 3 a.m. What is sleep anyway but time that could be spent reading?
Calla Price is such a down-to-earth character who is struggling to keep her head above the water. She is 100% selfless when it comes to her twin, her other half, Finn, and will do anything she can to make sure he is okay. The bond that these two characters share is so inexplicably beautiful and I loved that I was able to experience it through both of their POVs.
Dare DuBray…Where have you been all my life???? Dare is so mysterious and dark and all I wanted to do was unravel everything that he was.
Courtney Cole did an amazing job at completely reeling me in and taking me on this insane ride. I definitely recommend spending an afternoon with NOCTE and discovering for yourself what really goes on when everything is not what it seems.
**Note: There is a slight cliffhanger, but it’s not something that really threw me off. I absolutely loathe cliffhangers and I didn’t mind this one at all.**
P.S. That cover is so on point.